Tag: vaccine

COVID-19 Vials

Gradual Doses Used to Vaccinate People Allergic to Their First Dose...

Graded dosing protocol may help patients with first dose reactions tolerate second dose of vaccine.
COVID Vaccine Being Drawn

Michigan Medicine Helps Lead First National Study on How Highly Allergic...

First volunteer expected to receive an injection April 7 in Ann Arbor with results anticipated this summer.
J&J COVID-19 Vaccine

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine List of Ingredients

Important note: This article is intended for those who understand vaccines as critical to maintaining their health and that of their families. It is...
J&J Vaccine

CDC: Newly Authorized J&J Vaccine OK for Those Who Have Reacted...

The third COVID vaccine authorized for the US may be an alternative for those with contraindications to the mRNA vaccines.
Deanna Bowersox

Woman with History of Food Allergy Denied COVID-19 Vaccine Despite CDC...

See interview with Ms Bowersox and CDC recommendations regarding vaccination with food allergies.
Moderna Vaccine

CDC Report: Anaphylaxis to Moderna COVID-19 Extremely Rare

The Centers for Disease Control reports after the first 4 million doses are administered.
Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Site

Is Your Covid Vaccine Venue Prepared to Handle Rare, Life-Threatening Reactions?

Health experts say it’s vital that these expanded venues be prepared to handle rare but potentially life-threatening allergic reactions.
COVID-19 Vaccine

CDC Publishes Study on Allergic Reactions to COVID-19 Vaccine

Incidence of anaphylaxis translates to a rate of 11.1 anaphylactic reactions per 1 million doses.
Receiving COVID-19 Vaccination

Latest CDC Guidance Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines for Individuals Concerned with Anaphylaxis

Excerpts of the most recent guidance pertaining to concerns about anaphylaxis are provided here.
COVID-19 Vaccine

NIH Rushing to Find Cause of Rare Allergic Reactions to COVID-19...

"This is not a simple study design. We expect to be looking at highly allergic individuals. They will be not necessarily so easy to recruit, either."